Posts Tagged ‘Force.com’

Review of The New Polymath

Vinnie Mirchandani’s new book; The New Polymath, is full of profiles and case studies that illustrate how the New Polymath’s within many industries are creating disruptive innovation to leapfrog their competition and introduce innovation to their respective industries and customers. The  book’s chapters on Technology and Cloud Computing profile  innovations of technology vendors. In particular,…

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IBM rolls out Beta Cloud to Developers

IBM last month rolled out its Beta Cloud to the general public. The Beta Cloud is IBM’s dynamically provisioned runtime environment that includes tools to develop and test application code on IBM software. With this new offering on the market it will be interesting to see who dominates amongst Amazon, IBM, Rackspace, Microsoft Azure and…

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Salesforce Unveils Chatter At Dreamforce

Marc Benioff unveiled Salesforce.com’s Chatter application on the opening day of the firm’s annual DreamForce conference in Moscone Center In San Francisco. Salesforce Chatter is a secure, private social network intended for enterprise use. Chatter has social computing features along the lines of Facebook and Twitter and is composed of a Chatter App and a…

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Appirio Professional Service Essentials On Force.com

San Mateo, CA based Appirio provides strategy, implementation and education services along with its core On-Demand applications that help enterprises accelerate their adoption of cloud based applications. Founded in 2006, Appirio is one of the fastest growing Google and Saleforce.com partners and has over 2000 customers in a number of vertical industries. One of key…

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Developer Preview of Force.Com Sites

Salesforce announced last week at its annual Dreamforce user and developer conference in San Francisco Force.com Sites. Force.com Sites is Salesforce’s entry into the burgeoning Cloud Computing arena. Force.com Sites are only available at the moment in a developer preview and are expected to be released to production in calendar year 2009. Built on Salesforce.coms…

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